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Program description:
The MSc Programme in Wildlife Conservation and Management focuses on the traditional knowledge, recent developments and new challenges of applied ecology and wildlife science. It integrates theoretical principles, practical developments, aspects of the human dimension of wildlife management, and quantitative methods to educate professionals for coping with the challenges of the 21st century. The programme covers a variety of aspects of the conservation and management of wildlife, as well as international laws and conventions concerning wildlife. It includes a field trip, an individual research project, and time for practical experience in a research or management organization. Most of the courses are taught by professors of the Institute for Wildlife Conservation, invited specialists on particular subjects, or experts with real-life knowledge and experiences. Students are obliged to take exams in both their compulsory and elective subjects.

Entry requirements:
BSc degree in a related field, min. B2 level of English

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Entrance exam description:
Assessment of the uploaded documents, language skills (language certificate is necessary: TOEFL, IELTS etc.), professional competence and motivation by programme leaders. Skype interview, if necessary.

Dr. Krisztián Katona


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